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t'lfiTj-.-.r vt:- .ltt.t.i. .Well-known
'jut, iwlii'i1 four o'clock at her home,
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hiBerka cenHty.ta.M85, and was
fil';lt;,rUi year' of her aga. , A husband
Mri awtnlMra aarrive ie Beum m u
- wy wifli and kind raeihar. The chll-
v?? - avit.ll4.tM.llB A11n
' " .'. LeWben ; Wward a, CeWmbta j Mar
: AalU CapoChartea, Va. j aed Mlaaea Kate
.AUvauuiniaittiDmB. The ranerai win de
?4.JMid,,Tterdy mAernoen at 2o;cleck
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'j'takiraMacl en the Pennsylvania
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Wtu,ileBthe tracka andwa atrnckhya
KSSil rf "cara, blnX laaUntly killed. Mr.
ww out waa wauunf sewn a siewr B,,'l "
'-VawoelafreBtor araaer cars, wnicn .it,
&v did net Dereeire. uoeper, wuu
".? v tha tower near where the acccldent oc ec
!).';, ... j..j tn Mr. n lii and then broke
1 , a one of the windows te attraet his attention.
$L The man saw hla danger, but tee late, and
struck and thrown unaer me
l? HM legs na w. r
rA ''haen one" of the most trnst worthy and
j -eempetent dispatchers of tne company iu
that dty, and baa been In Ita aorvlce for
V. -juii- - l.MI .Winn lhA rbnieB ttld
ijEjW a ieet hla arm in one of the battles, ms wire
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awjwU the daughter of Uenry DeHOir, a raii-
reaa engineer, ana ii,kw ' ...
h-v jf' r ctuldren. Mr. ai(,twasamemoerei i-ei
:Jf,i2je,e,iA, kt, ana w ergm""
'r.i? . &it and tlin fnnnrnl in a bed V.
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ir Mrs. JOnn J.Jineanu ununiimr ., "
n hnefim. areaaUe sick at tlielrhoeie
Aen Perry street, above Third, thla morn
1fjtD9'ptpeefthe beater the gas. escaped
i .J,. ,MSU eu Bleeping ruem uums "
A -f I This nernlng Mra. Kline aweki qulte
JS ..alet. but managed te crawl te
fi& "HarkeLwas brought te the house, and ad
lfJf lnlaterea the"proper modlclnes. The
." ',lKdaBhterUouter daeger, btit Mrs. Kline
H-- Wll"-i i f.luf ...iltdn. Mltltnnfft. tlin (illV
J.'Jc-. atetan thinks she will recover.
f..V'ti. v.nn. .mlrAiTinn nn shlftlncr nnslne
KJip'Ke.' 968, had a fiBger of his right hand
pil , .caught last night while coupling cnrsln tbe
waatvsrds. Ne bones were broken and
the Injury was given attention by l)r
Craig. " , lf fc i
Geerge Greve, assistant baggage master
at the P. KH. station here, found a pay
check of a railroader en Frent street yes
SaaJaM Ttial 9. Mill MM tttAU tAWt4nil Oflll
$.Sc IWerlalheday the check waa proven te
-- i-fieieng te J. K. newi, ureman. uioameuni
; . jj mwas 174.83 and tne ewner ruuy preyca u 10
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" SiuuuBl Filbert left yesterday afternoon
fbr Ticonderoga, N. Y., for an Ice crop.
V vt,Thkwn is entirely witneut ice nnu no
W; possieiiliy Ol vue river jreHij tuin iu-
.'.""" aif -! Tlhart will nrnmim Icn rrnm
Lakes Chaaaelaln and Oeonre,
'. Af areieirtaAlr1 latest .mt7mttliV f illA
v'rt' - hemef Miss Llnle Hese, en Sixth street,
A when dancing and social games' furnished
a pleasant evening. w
Mrs."Geerge' Tllle entertained some of
her frtsBda last evening at her home en
' North Third street, in honor of her birth
day; a meat enjoyable evening .wai spent
by these present.
ff, ddWSW Mrarilfnry llou,er will
WS be held en Wednesday afternoon nt 2
The voting in town la about thesanisns
j former borough elections, with Indications
m' ... t. i
oie Doing peiieu. scratcmug is
very extensively, and inspector is the
only office safe from the " sticker." The
vete 1; new as fellows : Tirst ward, 211 ;
Second ward, 105 ; Third ward, 157.
-- ,v-'a Xarge Package- Party.
Hamilton assembly 0,482 held pnekage,
party last evening In Sluead's ball, W
tjf'iiWemKing street. They jbad'a.tremend
i euV' crowd' and everylhlng went very
rf lively. TIcketjNe. 052, held byljiwrence
, tlkDecker,ef743JMarletta avenue, drew the
" ten of coal. Ticket Ne. 240, held by Gcerge
Nehr, ef2G7 North Mary street, drew an
' umbrella, Ticket Ne. 100, held-by Mr.
f 5 m AUmri'iTth',b.goffleur'
f 1 1, jtaauc viera. jjscisu.
, ,t vThe directors of Fulteu National bank
en Monday elected Harry C. Slaymaker k
fill the vacancy in the force efjclerks caused
i by the1 resignation of Heward T. Hays.
W" pj-teart.Gripths has been promoted te
fa. , ,,, ledger, and Jacob M. Martin te in
SKilv t, dividual book-keeper. Mr. Slaymaker s 111
wH t ''be check clerk. The new appointee is a
EKsjrt 4 ' boekj-keeperat HagerBres. store new.
P7C -j'-jn Almest a Plre.
k-i; There was almost a serious tire at the
irpfflv wwn i ou i-ine street, yester-
iMn-w ewyanernoen. Tne cotton in the willow
r became choked, and waa set en fire by
friction. The mill hose was turned upon
the fire, which) was quickly extinguished
and no serious damage resulted. The em em
peoyes of the mill were badly frightened
at the alarm and many ran wildly Inte the
j The Injured Girl.
Katle'peagler, the fourteen-year-old girl
wne was se lernmy injured in the acci
dent at tbe knitting works, in Mauhelm,
ea Monday, is getting as well as a persen
In her condition can be expected te. She
" V Is conscious andisable te. eon verse vtith
' everybody about her, and there are geed
hopes of her recovery.
Z A bltgbt iflre.
There was a slight fire at the heuse e
Abraham Bitner, en Columbia avenue, op
posite Uie watch factory, yesterday after
noon. Itlsbelloved that mice started a
let of matches and thus ignited some cloth
lag. Luckily the Are was discovered in
geed time and was extinguished with a
fSW buckets of water hefarn n ei-at .1ml r.
1"v'wamge had been done.
The Amount U 91,0(Hl.
, In the list of Judgments, published ou
Monday, entered against F. W. Hull, the
amount of the Coneitega bank Judgment
Sjjft! was given aa$l,800. It should have been
-.Jftl'-t ,. The liability of null Is simply as
endorser, and the debt is otherwise e
eared. A Narrow Kape.
Jehn Shiuefoes, of Concord alley, was
riding a horse along College avenue, last
evening, when the animal frightened,
Jnraped te a side and threw him off. He
was somewhat bruised, but might have
A Team stolen.
Chief Smelts received a telegram this
ugte be en the lookout for a team
uat'aigbt from H. B. Leamtn, of
xue animal stolen is a sorrel mare
1 hasis bigb, wUh small white spot en
and the vehicle taken was an old
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A New PreuldMnl:.
tAt a meeting or St. Michael's beneficial
eeetety, held last evening, Jehn A. Ceyle
waaeteeted president In place of q. Edward
, efaaaaer, who died eesa week age.
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lEVOtrtKI r BHAHK8.
A Ten4a4e?Seee WttaMeaMCFrem Mm
, A diepatek from Aden aays an awful
acetie took iftace en the trip or the Penlnea
lsr A Oriental company's steamship
Victeria, homeward bound from Australia.
When .midway "between Colombe and
Aden a male passenger leaped overboard.
The engines were Instantly reversed and a
beat was ordered te be lowered.
As the crew obeyed the order the forward
davit tackle slipped and the crew, number
Ing thirteen, foil Inte the sea. A second
beat waa lowered, with a crew or eleven,
and rescued elevea of the unlucky thir
teen. The ether two. together with the un
fortunate suicide, were oeteured by sharks
in mil view or tne nornnea passengers.
Veuadered at Sea With 400 Chlneae.
Sydney papers which arrived In Ban
Francisce en Sunday report the arrival
there en January 0 of the vessel thst made
a fruitless search for Use large passenger
steamer, Duburg, whieh It was feared had
foundered In the recent typhoon In the
China Sea. Ne trace or the mlsaleg'veasel
was found, and there la new no doubt that
she aaak with her 4M Chinese paasengers
and crew.Slhe eaJy tteeea of her ever seen
were floating bundles of t attan that formed
part of her cargo.
A German steamer bound for Heng
Keng last month picked up the crew of a
small Manila bark which had been drift
ing about In the China Sea for thirty days.
The Teasel was unmanageable, and these
,na beard, twelve men and two women,
uaa neon witneut roea or rresn wsier ier
arwiNDuke t;Nciii: sam.
A Tobacco Firm Indicted for Violating
tha Internal Itevenue Jawa.
The Arm of Dlech Dre.,msnuf4cturers of
tobacco at Farkersburg, W.Va., have been
Indicted for violation of the internal rov rev
enuelaws. The government asserts that
they have been putting up tobacco In
packagea which they represented as hold
ing twelve ounces, and en which they put
the twelve-ounce Internal revenue stamp,
which In fact contained from fourteen te
fifteen ounces. They thereby get the bono bone
lit or the excess without paying the re
quired amount of intemal rovcuue tax
thereon. The government says it has
been swindled out of upwsrd of W,000.
Investigating an Election.
Thkntek, Feb. 18, The Senate coaimlt ceaimlt coaimlt
teo en' elections resumed its Investigation
In the contested election case
from Hudsen county te-day. The
first ballet box . taken up was
that of the Third precinct, Second as
sembly district,' The dial showed 401, the
poll book 498, and the registry Loek 472.
The tally sheet In the box gave McDonald
420, and Stulir CI, This morning's
recount resnlted as follews: McDonald
325, large ballet-, and CO small ones; Htuhr
DO and 8, and the Prohibition candidate 1.
Alabama Iren in rittaburg,
Sheffield, Alabama, en Monday cele
brated the tlrstshlpment of iron from Ala
bama te Pittsburg, l'u., ou barges via tbe
TotmeiBco and Ohie rivers. The present
sulpment Is 0,000 tens and is taken by nlne
barges, which are towed by the stoatner
Percy Kclney. The rate of freight is f 2,W)
per ten, which Is se much less than the
rate by rail that It effects the iron trade of
the entire country. It isoxpected that ar
rangements will at once be made te market
the entire preddct Of Sheffield's five fur
naces by this reute.)
Hicceughed Six Weeks and Sled.
Charles A. Abcrhart, of Newark, N. "J.,
aged 3T, was attacked with hicceughs about
six weeks age, whieh gradually became se
vlolent that he had te be removed te St,
Several doctors leek held of the rase. but
were unable te break the hicceughs and tha
man suirored untold agony until Sunday,
when he died. An examination was made
and It showed that Aberhart's Insides had
been racked te pieces.
An ImpoeunlouM lley Htinlmiul.
'Samuel Shank, etLltlts, who has been
lying in prison for seme timoen ncharge
of doiertlng his young wife, was brought
Inte, court and sentenced, te pay her f 1.25
per week, as he has net provided her a
home during their short married life of six
months. He was unable te give bend te
comply wllii this order, and went back te
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Au opinion has beondelttcrod by the
supreme court en the petition of William
Garrccht, city, praying for an erder staying
proceedings en an erder made by the
court of quarter sessions directing him te
pay $50 per mouth for the maintenance of
his wife. The suproine court dismisses
Frem the l'lilladclphla rrts.
And new cemes Mr. Neudeeker, a to
bacco manufacturer or Baltimore, audaci
ously asserting that " Pennsylvania cigars
kill mero people than clgorettes de," Is
the sovereign commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania te submit te this colossal Blander
without resistance ? In tbe imme of the
Lancaster County Havana Colerado Ma Ma
Lest 53 founds In Three Weeks.
During the past seventeen days Samuel
L. Bayless, of Fert Wayne, has net par par par
takonefa inorsel of feed, either liquid or
solid. He is suffering from consumption
of the threat and Is unable te swallow. He
weighed 172 pounds three weeks, Bire, and
te-day- weighs only 120.
M'llt Wallc In rittsburtr.
Abraham Nelan, who wen ilie big v Dik
ing match In Lebanon last week, and
Geerge H. Kauffuian, better known ns
" Lucas," will go te Pittsburg next week
te go into a walking match in that city.
Heading Itudy's Respite.
r SsherliV Burkheldor recclved Jehn W.
Rudy's respite this morning and went te
the prison this afternoon te read it te him.
IlEV. Dh. 1 A, Oast will preach Iii tl, c Cel.
Ij Clmprl te-morrow (Aili Weduuday)at 10 SO
TnEKE will be a fox chase at tlir Kose llle
hotel, Thunday nflcrnoen, K.bruar 20, 1S1I0,
All ipertunen are InMted. fl7-2td
An Old Flre Iusm-iinue Cempnny,
Ihe l'hoenlx Asurauce Company, of Londen,
wa eitablUhed In the ) car lW.'.nnd It has con cen
trlbuted IU shnre In the payment of e er eight
three inlllloudellaraoMosMs by tire In Kuglaiul
and America durlnx the period of lu exUtenre
eflM yean, laud IU prenent niueU amount te
ever 17,500,000. Jeremluh Hlfe, e., has re
eclved the appointment ai agnt for thMeld'
and reliable company for our city. .Mr, Hlfe la
well and favorably known as a reliable under
writer, and we congratulate lilm lu securlm?
the" Old l'hoenlx." B
lIutzop-IUiTiie;xiAK.-Kebruary 10, In
Zlen's K:anieellnil Lutheran chun-li.by keV
K. V. Mayser. Harry Ilerreg, of Itcadinr te
Hsrah B. UartliolemM, of this city. lteaul"t.'
VakAulen.-Iii tuts elty.eu the lsililmt!!
James Van Anion, eced 41 jean and 21 daj 1
The relative, and fr)eud or the family ure re
respectfully Invited te attend the funeral, from
hit late residence, Freiberg- and Chester streem
en Thursday, 21t lint., at 2 o'clock. Interment
at La n caster cemetery.
YOUNO.-In this city, Keb. 18, ISM, Sarah
eung, v, ldew of Hlmeii J. Yeuhl-. decauHl
the elglityHilxth ear or her age. ucc'asc"' '"
The relath cs and friends or the family are re
spectrully ln Ited te attend the funeral, from
her late residence, Ne. 208 North I'rlnee street
en Wednesday afterntxin at 2 o'clock. I ntermen t
at Woodward Hill cemetery, am.
McsKETXps". In this elty. en the ITtli lust
Mary A. MusUetnns.. wife of the i lit" Vein
Ilelatlves and friends InMted te attend th
funeral, trem the residence of her son. IVter
Musketnuss, Ue. 819 North Mary street, en
w ednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Intermciu
ta Ijineaster cemetery. , 1(i.
sill McCouemy, born ilay 19, lsii
Funeral from bis late residence, 3S North
Prince street, Thursday, February SOthuttte.
m. Mass at Bt. Mary's Catholle church.
HE.-February 17, 1RSO, at Lltltz, Jehn H.
hlsa'e101 ot3eUu " u.l'the2btUtarer
The relatives and friends of the family are re-
spectfully InMted te attend the funeral, en
Thursday, the tu init, at o'clock at the
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S4 7eA 36 ; oed te oemraon.fi 80IH SO i tarntx,
QnetaUeas by Heed, MeOraaa A Oa, babken,
W TORS I.IST.
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i BSOLUTKLY PUB.
II IH powder never varim. A mar Tel of pn
rltVa atrrmfrth xnA nhnnmtmtMM. Mnm
ocehomlrul than the ertllnary kindji, and can-
uutuu3uiu.il (Hiiiipeiuiim wiin ina muiiuuue
of low test, short weight, alum or phespliate
i-uwia-ni, enwi only in renr. iiutai, 1
1'ewdkh Ce., 100 Wall street, New Yerk.
TUHT KECKIVKD. "
IlORDEHEll HKI) lAHCL,
Tha Finest of Champagnes.
KOlIHEIt'H LIQUOK 8TOIIK.
Ne. 'a Centre Bauare,
NO, 20 EAST KINO HT.
TDUI1LIO HALR-TO-MOKHOW rn'ESDAY)
A ntlJIDerwnrt street, nt.l o'clock, house,
held furniture, new baby conch, 400 new brooms
and whltks, child's new crib and manv things
netmuned. JUKL L.HAINK8,
171URNITUHKI KUKNITUftK I KU11NI
? TUHKI At price that must suit, te close
eutthabiiKlncss. Ne. VO Knst King Ht
febl7.1wd W. II. HeVpMKIEK.
TUULIO HALE-ON TO-M()ltltOW (WED
J7 tiesday) afternnen. at 1 o'clock, at Ne. 6.11
wt Lemen street, Himlture of oil kinds. An
tique nurenu, two Feather Beds,; Carpets,
Cheirs, Glass end Queenswnre.
T HOl'UIA BnOFHTALL.
Joel U llAi.vi'j.Auct. it
IOB BKNT-A T1IBK&STOUY BRICK
Dwelling Heuse, with modern lmproe lmpree
ments, Ne. 817, Kesl King street, with Urlck
Malleeli let. Noweccuplcd by Jehn W. Het.
man. Apply te QEO, D.HI'BKCIIKK, Ne. 2IS
tAint King street. 18-tfd
rnOIt UENT-STOHK BOOM NO. It KAHT
JJ , King street, formerly occupied by As
trlch Ures. Alse second nnd third fleer rooms,
from April 1, lsue. Innulre of
Jauaa-lfd II. O. LII'l'.
JL Will Heed Your Destluy te Perfection and
tell you what you me best ndnptcd fur. Call.
feblO-lwd' iM WKsr KINU MT.
miMK, LAUOIt AND MONEY'BAVKD BY
X using 1'urlty Heap." Held everywhere.
PUIILIO HALE A KINK LOT OFllOUtsE OFllOUtsE OFllOUtsE
holdgpedsntNo.S2 Beuth 0hrlstln,8t ,
ou ednesday Ittli, at one o'clock. Tbesegoeds
are m.urly new nnd must be sold,
AMUHIUALK WILL UK HELD AT THE
l'rejbytcrlan Chapel, en Thunday Kron Kren
Ing, February a, for the benent of the Yeung
Indies' Missionary Society. The College Ulee
Club will also furnish some music. Everybody
xlieiild go te hear them : they are it grand suc
cesi. AdmhAleu-Adults.iWijj Children, 10c,
Under the Auspices of the
CTV. OK- SI
0eued ou FRIDAY evening and lll con
tinue until February 21.
Oysters In EeryHtyle." Chicken Cern Heup
llila A.rtiilnff It. .lin '
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xe. va Eiwt King Htreet.
D0ERS0M OAKRIAQE WORKS,
Cemer of Duke and Vine Htreeu (formerly
Nerbeek & Mile) ),
OEO. H. NcJllBECK, IreD.
Sn.000 pwrRls'itieusiind Dollars fea.OOO
lu Fine Vehicles new en Exhibition.
1 800 All the LATEST HTYLEH for 1800
J.I5.DO BOADCAHTrt 15.00
-The beil of meelinnlcs en reimlrlng at the
Dovrsem Carriuge Works, corner of Duke nnd
Vlue streets, dO-lydll
lOR RENT-FROM Al'RIL l.-THEDOKR-13
sem private residence, Ne. 12fl East Kluir
street, containing 11 rooms nud all thomederu
eenveuleuces. Alse n store room at Ne. 1W East
King street. Alse the Doersom Hall, tbe only
deslrnble hall lu the city for fairs. festlvaN.
suppers, etc. Alse the large factory In the rear
lJInud USMimin street, sutUble for any klnii
of manufUcturlng purposes. Water und gas
through all the buildings, will be rented as a
wi1'"Q0K-Ji,.,K.r,V!.,; "UR, renters. Iimulre of
;...w. .,. ...... ".i.n, i.i.M.iicuiriii uioiiH'n.em
Carriage Works, corner Duke end Vluestreets.
ECTURE I LECTURE I
Corporal James Tanner
Will Lecture In the Court lleu.e ou
" Soldiers' Life, Grave and Gay,"
TUFDAY NIOHT FEliRUARY 18, 1S90.AT
O O Ll.Uv.lv.
lwtuen0 tll0uld ftt" le ,K'"r xhH Ihtereitlug
Buy jour Tickets at the deer or from any
member of the Union Veteran Ltgeu. '
Only 25 Cents.
TN THE JIA1TKR OF THE AMPLICATION
J. for letters of udtnlnlslratlen upon thee
late of Parks P. MeElwvc, a supposed deci
In the Orphans' Court of Ijjncaster county. Pa.
a r, ?.,nw',,e iv"msl i j? !
- H.....H.U u, ,w, SH.-SVH j turs una UDHaruM
and sutinesed te be dead, was presentedby
James W.McElwec, (who' has renounced In
favor of Ida bhenkj le c. F. Myers esn lu-.ii
ter of Wills or sali County of uScai'tirTen
the Will day of November, A l)7lfa3"nd b?
ld register certined en the raid art i day et
November. A. D. lkiK, te the Orphans' Court of
said county, whereupon a decree was Tentered
j"n1e2US8Ce W"U ,he ACV ' Aswiftbly of
Therefore. In pursuance of the decree of said'
estate of llarks P. Mchlwee, the supposed dc
cedent, are hereby notified te be and appear at
the Court Heuse, lu the City of LanSiste'.eu
he 13d day of llarch. A. D. IH90. at 10 oleck,
In the foreueoii, hen and where the Orphans'
Court of Luucaster will hear evidence concern.
Ing the alleged ubence of PaiksP. McElwee.
the supposed decedent, and the circumstances
and duration thereof, and will makn such or er
ders and decrees therclu as in the AcU of As
sembly are made and provided.
Dep. Clerk of Orpksns' ceart.
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E11"1.1 upon She nui of Parks P.Mr.
I Jwi-e, lately a resident eftheClty of Ijmcaster
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vn naDuu Ancsw w .
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a. r. arw i it arn rr n it mi
lasMnas.iete . . .
Ma m West King Htreet.
BBBT ee HAVANA FILLER CtSAR IN
the elty, at BILLY WAITZ'H,
Nes. 5 108 North Queeti Bt.
A GIRL WANTKO
te ae uenerai nensewerx.
M NORTH DUKE BTKEKT.
iOK fMOIHONOTAR Y,
OAPrW. D. BTAUFFKIt, City,
Carried a maeket fbr three lee yenm.
Jest te Bepnbllean rules,
Brown's YegeUUe fltir Tonic.
Keeaa tlie scalp clean and healthy. Prevents
and eares dandruff, (lives nsw.llfe tetbehalr
and keeps ItseR and wavy. Purely vegetable.
Is clean and pleasant te use. Fer all scalp dis
eases this tonic la a safe and positive remedy.
PRICK, GOc A BOTTLE. ,-i
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
COB, DUKK ALEMONBTS., LANCABTER.PA
Household Ammonia, lie a bottle, Weber's
AlnlneTea, lOeapack. All Patent Medicines at
bottom prices. Janl3-lyTu,Th,B-Il
New That tbe Election Is Over
Turn your tlieus hts once mere In the direction
of our store, and take advantage of the
Extraordinary Reduction! - !
Which wa have made In the prices of Heavy
Overcoats, Suits & Pants.
Overcoats will never be bought again at such
low prices as we are offering them this Winter,
and especially new.
Paste This Statement In Your Hat
And think ever It,- Yeu will de like many
ethers have done who came and get a 1IAI.
QAIN for little money.
Furnishings at Cost.
9OUIt MERCHANT TAILORING DE
PARTMENT 1, READY FOR YOUR OR
CLOTniNQ AND FTRNISHINa
lertu Qdmd Street and Centre Square,
LACE OF FAHHION.
115 & 117 North Queen St.,
Frem Te-morrow Until Further
' . . Netice. ..
We offer en Special Sale Dr.
Warner's Coraline Corsets,
white and drab, all sizes, at 6g
cents each, never before sold
less than $1.
Alse Dr. Warner's Flexible
Hip, white and colored, all
sizes, at 69 cents, never before
sold less than $1.
Dr. Ball's Corsets, all sizes,
at 69c, never before sold less
Dr. Warner's Health Corset,
white and colored, all sizes, at
98c, never before sold less than
These prices will held ceed
until further notice.
Ihe last day en which they
will be sold at these cut prices
will be advertised, after which
day they will positively go back
te their original prices,
Netice. We will net dupli
cate sizes which are sold out, se
come early and take advantage
of these low prices,
X. st aat nr Wattri Ma
M.lalaWj JT2?i "
The Great Clearing Sale
Palace of Fashion,
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a. a l ' w i a.- r .- . . .
AaK-jLTam A y fXJDAUAAK
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Energy and constant push during the past two years has resulted in a steady, enceuragi
increase of business in our Merchant Tailoring Department. Determined te largely further t
increase during the coming yeai1 we offer- our old arid many new natrens.
. A. fr3-61,1 Mere V4ried and
arid with First-Class Cutters and
ucpanrncnt nas ever Known. .,
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR-The Latest Foreign and Demestic Novelties
We respectfully invite your
iuur vjvv,j,j .uNinKtibia by a comparison ei yualities and Prices.
25-51 WESTKINGST., LRNCHSTER. PENN1
- jjjtettt hvtvilmtmtnim
TUDOKH HAVE LONG HINCE DECIDKD
J that BlllyWalti's Cigar M the Best In tbe
Hlate. Fer sate at
THE FINEST LINE OF 1MPOUTEU AND
Demestic Cigars In the city. Clear Ha
vana Clsars. our manufacture, in boxes or 2V
Wand 100. -..-.'
. ' DKMUTH'B CIQAB STORE,
ais-tfdR ." ; 114 East King Street.
DOQ LOST-MLACK COCKER BPANIEL.
Jil-tfd 227 NORTH PRINCE 8T,
TITANTED-A GOOD ;COOK.-APPLY AT
rebl3-3ld EXCHANGE HOTEL.
me SAVE YOUR RACK AND QLADDEN
your heart use " Purity Seap.1
SIHK GREAT RICHMOND COLORED J1T-
bltee Hlngcrs, under the auspices of the
dies' Aid Society, First M. Church. Court
Heuse. Friday Evening, Feb. 23, 18S0. Uenerai
Admission, 25c, Reserved Beau, .15c, Chart for
reserved seaU at L. 11. Heir's Bookstore en and
after Feb. 22, 18W. feb8,l7,22,28
BILLY WAITZ HAS THE BEST.TWO FOR
6c and &e Cigars In the Hlate, at
, NOS. ft s 103 NORTH QUEEN BT.
SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Ne. 42 West King Street.
UK MAKE OF GOLDEN LION AND MIA
vjucnuaoe i-igar cannot de ezcenea.
wnuius viuah BivnBi.
114 East Klug Street,
ated nbeut the Lancaster Business Col
lege. Our methods are the best, newest, most
practical. Our Actual Business Department'
complete in all Its details. Our students are
deeply Interested In their school work, and our
attendance the largest since thsorganlzutlen of
the school, and, well, call and see us at the
Sleasantasl school-rooms In theclty. Ne. 14
erth Duke street, and convince yourself as te
tle truth of the above statements. Pleased te
have you call, ns you will speak a geed word
for us If you get acquainted with the school.
H. C. WEIDLER. Principal.
E EXAMINE EYEB FREE.
WE EXAMINE EYES FREE 1
Yeu Think Your Eyes Are Geed! '"
If you have them examlnedyeu will probably
Ond that there Is something wrong with them,
and that glasses will be a great help te you.
We use Inimitable "DIA MANTA1' lenses,
which are made only by us, and recommended
by leading Oculists as the best aids te defec
Solid Geld Spectacles, S3.00 ; usual price.
Steel Spectacles, SOe.: usual price, sU.OO.
Artificial Eyes Inserted, 1 ; usual price, )10.
M. ZIHEMAN & BRO.,130 S. Meth Street,
OPTICIANS. I PHILADELPHIA.
Between Chestnut and Walnut Streets.
TJOOTS AND SHOES. '
ll-y all means buy this royal ntuff,
I t makes the leather smooth, jet tough ;
X celling eviry Polish known,
U ought eagerly In e ery zone.
Y ou rub It ou, then let It dry,
H e simple that a child may try.
II ub dry tbe shoe, then take a dip
O-f Polish-there can be ue slip I
Y eu'll get such gloss as you ne'er saw,
A nd get It, tee, without a flaw :
L e, mere ; a handsome prize you'll draw I
P ut lu some ptace where you can find
O f labels that you use each kind ; t
L oek well te this for In one year
I nstend of labels you'll find cheer ;
8 end en the tags, and get the prise I
H ew much T Enough te please our e es I
Fer full particulars as teBlxby's Re) al Polish
and rtlxby's Blacking, with prizes for these who
D. P. STACKHOUSE'S
Nes.28 and 30 East King Street,
VUll Jk BURNS.
If you ure au lufulll
ble judge of Shoes, buy
auynliere ; If euly a
fair Judge, or no Judgu
nt ull, buy wbere only
The Best-Made Shoes
SHAUB & BUMS,
14 N. QUEEN ST.
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1 i i n a
Handseniefc Assortment of Tailoring Fabrics. than ever befe
Workmen, will furnish the best service our Merchant Taileri
NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
examination whether as purchaser or looker, and CONSU1
BEST .TWO FOR FIVE CENT. CIO AltS
the city, at BILLY WAtTZ'S,
,. M Ne,6 4100NerUiQ.ucen8t,
THE CALLA LILY IB THE TRADE MARK
of the Finest Seap ea Earth. "PURITY.
SUITIN08, OVERCOATINGS AND THOU
Ne. 136 North Queen St.
OTICE TO MY FRIENDS AND CUS
have located temporarily mv office and
ware rooms at the Southern Market, corner of
SOUTH QUEEN AND VINE STREETS, and
nave in sieck a one nsseruneni or Bieigns, uug-
lies. Phtetens and Family Carriages, and the
Nerbcek Read Carts, all of my own manufac-
special attention l given te repairing.
Motte Honest work and fair dealings,
J. H. NORBECK, Agent.
TJ18TATEOF ANNIE M. KEOOH, LATE OF
uAiAur vnmcs. iuwuu. LAlUiUr
JJi Lancaster city, deceased. Letters of ml.
ministration en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons Indebted thereto
are requested te make Immediate' payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same, will present them without deluy for
settlement te the undersigned, residing lu Lan
caster. nUQH KEOUH, Administrator.
Jeh! A. Cevlk. Attorney. j2i-etdTu
ESTATE OF CHRISTIAN H. LEFEVRE,
late of Lancaster city, deceased. Letters
testamentary en said estate having been granted
te. the undersigned, nil persons Indebted
thereto are requested te make immediate
payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing In Lancaster city.
,( HENRY C. HARNER,
.-' JOHN A. CHARLES,
JOHN L. MILLER,
A. Htnn Burnt, Attorney. febMtdTu
ESTATE OF JOHN RANSING, LATE OF
l,ancastcr cltr, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration en said estate having been granted
te the undersigned, all persons Indebted thereto
are requested te make Immediate payment,
and these having claims or demands against
the same, wilt present them without delay for
settlement te the undersigned, residing In Lan
caster, Pa. HENRY RANSING,
A. F. BurNCK, Administrator.
Jehn A, Ceyle,
XtriLLlAMSON 4 FOSTER.
MEDIUM h WEIGHT
' JACKETS, '
COATS AND CONNAMARA
Ladies, and Misses.
i . L 4
f fe i1 Sl'RfKp STYDIIS.
Ladles' Jackets, All-Weel, 2.23 nud .
ladles' Coats. V, $4, M.
Cennamara J8, V), f 10.
Beys' Knee Pants, 23c,E0c,75c,tl.
Heys' Knee Pant SulU, ti, U 23, tl Oi.
SPRING STYLUS IN
Black Derbys, tl 25 and IJ.
Black Derbys In three proportions, 31 50.
English Comfert Derby, fi se.
Beys' Light Cleth Hats. 33c and Sac.
Children's Fancy Puff Frent Caps, 25c, 2dc
Child's Scotch Caps, Reb Rev pattern, H)c.
New shapes Canas t'everel Trunks, with
Brass Corners and Lecks. Uandreme and very
strong. Trunks In all grade, from the cheapest
te the flneM.
AN UNEXPECTED LINEN SALE,
On Saturday, February 22
We will crtmmeuee a Special Sale of Linen) for
'I en la9.
This sale will contain a large assortment of
new and desirable patterns lu 'Table Linens,
Bleached and Cream, Colored Borders, Towels
There will be great bargnlns lu this sale that
all should take ud vantage of.
Sheetings, Muslins, Tickings, Toweling?,
Shirtings, Outing Cleths, satteens und Olng
hams at very Lew Prices.
Dr. Warner's Coraline and Flexlble Hip and
Dr. Ball's Health Comet, Price, 75c. All sl-c
Ladles' Corsets that are unexcelled for shape,
style and stability. Price only COc
Madam Warren's Dress Ferm, Dr. Streng.
the P. D. and 8. C, Corsets nt popular price.
Gent's Neckwear In Puffs, Tecl.s and I'eur-lu-Hand,
2ic te 50c.
Calice and Percale Shirts, 2 cellars and 1 imlr
cuffs te each shirt. Price, 60e.
Demet bhlrts, Jfce and COe.
Gent's Medium Weight Underwear, Me.
Bej s' Scheel Suits. VI 60, tl, 1 1 0, t5.
'Genrs Medium Weight Ole.n 25, a 50,1160.
Gent's Light Weight Overcoats, SI, J5, 7, 8,
Working Pantaloons, 75c, tl, f 1.10, t!25. 110
Honest-Made Scheel Shoes,
Made of thelest Pebble Grain Morocco, with
Sele Leaiher Tips, Geat Butten Pieces, Clark's
Patent Stay around the button holes, solid
leather outer und Inner soles, box tee and
heavy tip pieces, the best nelected counter,
making them a solid uud reliable shoe.
32-38 East King Street,
NO. SU, MARKET ST., UAUIUHUUKO, PA.
Williamson l Fester,
8UIRT MANUFACTURERS AND
Ne. UO 'North Oueen RlrvL
Shirts made te order as low as tljoe. Pel
Through necessity we have started
LAUNDRY and are prepared te Isundi
XL ' HANDSOME NECKTIES,
Ge te ERIHMAN'M.
Ne. 42 West King Strel
TlOll RENT OR FOR HALM ON
JJ TERMS-Ne. 210 North Water street!
mury uijck wicii iwcmcery irameeacK duuqj
butcher shop with refrigerator and flxts
sinuguter neuse ana siauie. Apply at
JanlO-tfd NO. 802 NORTHMARY t
THE LARGEST AND FINEST LINEl
Meerschaum and French Briar PI
uigar iieiaers, cjigar ceses, snutl Bexes anf
VKMUTU'S CIGAR STORE
al8-tfdR in East King strel
1 RAND CONCERT.
PROCTOR'S OPERA H0U!
SATURDAY, FEB. 15, IS00.
First rendition In Lancaster of
ROSSINI'S "STABAT MATE
With the following eminent soloists :
MlM JES3AMINK llAH-KyBECK, Seprii
M!Ufl.Tl1t.1A nTnVWr, f"nnvnl.n I...
Ceuktney, Tener ; Siu.'ricoaupe nicer, l9
tone, New- Yerk. a
Oraad Chorus and Orchestra.
Walter Bausman, Conductor; Rev. UJ
uaiisH, diusicai iirecier.
Admission Parquet, tl 00 ; Parquet CIS
75c: General Admission. Sue. I
a-TlckcU rer sale at O.L. Fen Dersmll
L. M. Flynn. Harry Smith and W. O. Frail J
1 HEATEST REDUCTION.
The Greatest Reduction of all In
Overcoats made le order at csst price.
Trousers reduccd from $10 te $3 ; from i I
from W te f4 50.
Heavy Suitings reduced nt the snme rate.
Full Dress suits of the latest style mates
satin lined, at 128.
This is the most sweeping reduction
made In I'lne Tailoring, and will enabla
cash buyer te gat a flrstrclass article ferfi
same money be would have le pay for a re
43 NORTH QUEEN STREET.
ALTER C. lIEItlt.
Before Buying Your
Knives, Ferks, Speen
OR ANY TABLEWARE,
Call ami see cur Immense Stock and get Frlu
Walter C. Hen
Ne. 101 N. Queen St.
CORNER OF ORANQE.
XEWELKR AND GRADUATE OPTICIAN
Jeweler and Graduate Opticia
Havlnic laid In n Larce Line of SPOON
KNIVES AND FORKS, which we bought A
A CUT PRICE, will gle our patrons bcucflt
These gcvxls are all of the STANDARD RO(
E1UH' BRAND, Guaranteed.
CALL AND HAVE YOUR
Eyes Examined Free
S-Ne Dreps Used ; hence no harm teeji
can occur. i
CHAS. S. GILL
Ne. 10 West King St.,
ARDWICKK TARM FOR RENT
. Dairy Farm centulnlmr lujAcrLsef til
auiv i.ti,,., itiuuuAi k.,,( iu ing .11. nnr
partly In Manhelm tewn.hlp, with shade ant
water in et ery ueiu, iiuuuings in geed order
MORTIMER MALONE. SB.,
Or MORTIMER MALONE, Jit.,
J. I.. STriNMETg, Attorney,
M North Duke btnet. J'il-tfdJtTuiF
YSTERS I 1113T OYSTERS IN THE MARi
hours, at CHARLES E. HOSrER S. th the reat
of the Central Market. OjsUts In the shell or
opened served le private families. Telephone
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